Stating that his biggest achievement till date is bringing about a change in every sector, PM Narendra Modi today said, “There is an attempt to bring about change in everything. I am very satisfied that there is no disappointment now when it comes to India and Indians.”
In an interview to Times Now, PM Modi said, “This is not a post for me, it’s my work. I have said that this government will be dedicated to poor. Delhi was new for me, atmosphere was new, the whole running of government was new. Despite that, in such less time, the way the nation has progressed, not just in one aspect, pick up on any aspect and compare it to the previous government, we have left no issue untouched.”
“We had said that within a time frame we will open bank accounts for the poor, something that has not been done till now,” he said.
The Prime Minister went on to say, “I faced multiple challenges. I wasn’t experienced on the functioning of the Parliament, questions were new.” “When we took charge there was an atmosphere of despondency. There was news that coal production was so less that electricity would not be available after 7 days. To instill new confidence in the system and people was a big challenge,” he said.